When I first came across SA there were less than 1,000 people on line. Now you are approaching 5,000 on a regular basis. Keep up the good work, and I pray that we may soon see 10,000 on your site at any given time.
Thank all of you for your prayers. I'm 58 and have been getting healthy. Having lost 80 lbs. I competed in Powerlifting contests, and was going to be in a fitness contest. Then, I gained 8 inches in my waist in two weeks. Ascites. My liver and heart checked out good. Now the only thing left top check for is Colon cancer. I will have to have a needle inserted to drain the water off first. So. thank you aging for your prayers.
fuzzy logic wrote: Sermons are man-made inventions! If you don't know this, you only know fake christianity. There is no church on Sunday. There is no money tithe. There is no hierarchy. There is no spirit lectures disgised as words of life. These are what the bible calls "the abomination of desolation."
I am almost at a loss to know what to say regarding your comments. What was it Peter preached at Pentecost? What was it Jesus preached in Mt. chs.5-7? Where does the bible say that Sermons are the abonination of desolation? As to Elders deacons ect. you have alrady been answered from scripture. Are you some Plymouth (or Dodge the truth)bretheren? The only way I can concieve of someone, who has a bible, to be so far off, is if they don't have someone taugt by, and appointed by God to teach them any different. For them so only sit around with people who agree with them and ignore all the rest of christianity. I guess I could have saved a lot of words and just simply said "the name you are using says it All"
Yes but Mike; "Theory of Relativity ‚Äď A Testament to Creation Using the observed cosmic expansion conjunctively with the general theory of relativity, we can infer from the data that the further back into time one looks, the universe ought to diminish in size accordingly. However, this cannot be extrapolated indefinitely. The universe‚Äôs expansion helps us to appreciate the direction in which time flows. This is referred to as the Cosmological arrow of time, and implies that the future is -- by definition -- the direction towards which the universe increases in size. The expansion of the universe also gives rise to the second law of thermodynamics, which states that the overall entropy (or disorder) in the Universe can only increase with time because the amount of energy available for work deteriorates with time. If the universe was eternal, therefore, the amount of usable energy available for work would have already been exhausted. Hence it follows that at one point the entropy value was at absolute 0 (most ordered state at the moment of creation) and the entropy has been increasing ever since --
That's why I bought the blue car. Oh, I forgot "Bible Versions" I totaly forgot, relativly speaking.